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The UC Davis School of Education is transforming education through preparation of the best education leaders, researchers, and teachers in the country. We are committed to eliminating inequities in schooling and learning opportunities for diverse learners using the power of knowledge and the promise of education.

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News Emily J. Solari

$3.5 million grant will help study early reading instruction

A $3.5 million grant to Emily Solari, assistant professor of education, will bring reading instruction to 100 first-grade classrooms in Sacramento, Yolo and other counties in the region as well as in Houston, Texas, by next fall.

News Steven Athanases

Steven Athanases Honored with Faculty Citation Award

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Steven Athanases, professor of education, has received a 2015 UC Davis Diversity and Principles of Community Faculty Citation Award in special recognition of career achievement and distinguished leadership and vision in advancing the equal opportunity and diversity objectives within the UC Davis community.

Publication

Spring 2015 CATALYST
News, Research and Program Updates from the UC Davis School of Education

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This Spring 2015 issue of the UC Davis School of Education’s biannual Catalyst magazine highlights research news, updates on faculty and alumni, and includes a special report detailing the impact of scholarships on our 2014-15 student recipients. Download the magazine here.

Five studies find online courses are not working well at community colleges

A study written by Cassandra Hart, assistant professor of education, and education doctoral students Michael Hill and Elizabeth Friedmann, is placed in the context of other studies on the efficacy of online learning in community colleges.

News Harold Levine

Why Colleges Should Care About the Common Core
Education Week Commentary

Dean Harold Levine and Michael Kirst, president of the California State Board of Education, co-wrote “Why Colleges Should Care About the Common Core” for Education Week.

In the piece, Levine and Kirst lay out their concerns that colleges and universities may not be prepared to educate the students who will soon be entering their institutions armed with a “more inquiry-based” and “collaborative problem-solving” approach to learning.

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